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    Tesco Chooses Retalix BackOffice Solution

    LONDON - Leading U.K. food retailer Tesco PLC has selected the Retalix BackOffice solution for installation in all Tesco stores in the United Kingdom, Europe, and Asia.

    LONDON - Leading U.K. food retailer Tesco PLC has selected the Retalix BackOffice solution for installation in all Tesco stores in the United Kingdom, Europe, and Asia.

    Retalix BackOffice provides retailers a completely integrated in-store solution including comprehensive applications for ordering, receiving, and inventory management. Based on a Windows operating system and using an open architecture approach, the BackOffice solution fully integrates with Retalix's front office and point-of-sale solution, which Tesco has installed in more than 21,000 terminals across 1,300 sites worldwide. Along with standard terminals, Tesco will be installing the Retalix BackOffice on mobile, Windows-CE based platforms, allowing store managers to benefit from greater flexibility and availability.

    Colin Cobain, Tesco's U.K. IT director, said: "Retalix was chosen to be the supplier of the BackOffice solutions for the Tesco Group after an extensive, close-run examination. Retalix has a good understanding of the Tesco business, and there is a very good match of their products to our business needs. We have a good relationship with the Retalix team, and we look forward to a successful implementation."

    "Over nearly a decade, Retalix and Tesco have built a strong working partnership together, and I am delighted that our relationship with one of the world's leading blue-chip retailers continues to go from strength to strength," said Barry Shaked, president and c.e.o. of Ra'anana, Israel-based Retalix. "Our innovative software solutions are playing an integral part in helping Tesco to maximize business benefits, optimize sales, reduce costs, and drive operational efficiency. Retalix remains committed to the global vision of the Tesco Group, and we look forward to helping them maintain their pre-eminent position as a worldwide retailing force."

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